CEDE 2016 is run by CEDAR and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, in conjunction with EMAG!NE. Its purpose is to expose grade school students to science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) principles at Clemson University through lab tours and equipment demonstrations. Read about last year’s CEDE 2015 at the Clemson Newsstand.
Please read the FAQs below and register for the event using the form on the right. If the form does not appear, try reloading the page or complete the form here.
Friday, December 2nd, from 8:45am-1pm.
Clemson University’s main campus, primarily located around the Fluor Daniel Engineering Innovation Building (map).
Note that activities will be located outside, weather permitting. Please dress accordingly.
This is a great opportunity to bring your students on a field trip to Clemson University. Plus, your students will be able to see 3D printers, machining equipment, engineering project prototypes, and view some state of the art research conducted in the engineering facilities.
There is no fee to attend CEDE 2016.
Yes, fruit, water, and Papa John’s pizza (cheese, pepperoni, sausage) will be provided free of charge for all classes that RSVP. Fruit will also be provided as a snack before lunch.
Event attendees will receive the schedule no later than the day before the event. The general schedule will be:
No, unfortunately Clemson University and the Department of Mechanical Engineering cannot provide funding for travel.
Please RSVP by Friday, November 11th through the form on the right of the page. If the form does not appear, refresh your page or complete the form here.
Contact Steven O’Shields (email@example.com) with any questions.